Business Notes

BUSINESS NOTES

April 14, 2003

Property Priorities LLC, an Annapolis-area company that offers infrastructure support services for commercial real estate companies, recently appointed Stephen Leszcynski of Severna Park as managing member.

Formerly the vice president of property management for the Maryland region of Liberty Property Trust, (formerly Rouse and Associates), Leszycynski is a certified investment member, certified property manager, certified facility manager and a real estate cyberspace specialist.

He is the 2003 Region 10 vice president of the Certified Commercial Investment Member Institute. Leszcynski is a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management, the International Facility Management Association, and the Maryland Association of Realtors Commercial Policy Committee. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration.

Provident Bank branch names new manager

Nancy L. Oberdalhoff of Pasadena has been named the manager of Provident Bank of Glen Burnie.

Oberdalhoff began working at Provident as a teller. In her new position, she will generate commercial and consumer business, oversee employee development, and assure quality customer service in the branch.

Oberdalhoff graduated with honors from the American Institute of Banking.

Re-employment group appoints acting director

Andrew Moser has been appointed acting executive director of the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Community, a quasi-public nonprofit agency that administers federal and state re-employment services to the residents of Anne Arundel County.

Moser will replace Dorothy McGuinness, who retired as executive director last month.

Formerly Workforce Development Community's operations manager, Moser comes to the position with more than 13 years of experience in managing work force development programs at the state and local level. The organization's board plans to conduct an executive search to select a permanent replacement for the executive director position.

City cab fleet to undergo inspection this month

City taxicabs will line up for annual safety and legal inspections today through Friday at the Annapolis Department of Transportation, 308 Chinquapin Round Road. The department expects 180 vehicles.

County technicians will perform a general inspection, and officers from the Annapolis Police Department's Traffic Division will check for compliance with the law.

Deficient vehicles will be taken out of service until corrections are made.

Cab meters are inspected and calibrated twice a year.

All legally operated cabs will have three certification stickers affixed to the vehicle. This year, the stickers will be light green with black numbers.

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